shot noise


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shot noise

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shot effect

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(Electronics) the inherent electronic noise arising in an electric current because of the discontinuous nature of conduction by electrons. Also called: Schottky noise
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However, the total intensity emitted by the source is governed by random shot noise fluctuations.
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In 1918, Schottky gave the expression of the shot noise as (46)
The noises arise from the PIIN, shot noise, and thermal noise and change the photocurrent noise variances accordingly.
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Moreover, shot noise and intensity noise collectively follows negative binomial distribution [8] [15-16].